Two Louisville neighborhoods are cleaner thanks to Brightside and some subway board members

TO CALL ANONYMOUS POLICE LINE AND SOME NEIGHBORHOODS IN LOUISVILLE ARE CLEANING UP THIS MONTH THANKS TO A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN METRO BOARD MEMBERS AND BRIGHTSIDE INC. AND CALIFORNIAN NEIGHBORHOODS TODAY. IT IS REALLY IMPORTANT IN ANY COMMUNITY TO BE CLEAN AND SO WE JUST WANT TO CLEAN AND MAKE SURE OUR NEIGHBORHOODS ARE CLEAN AND OUR STREETS ARE CLEAN AND OUR GROUNDS ARE CLEAN AND AND WHILE IT WAS WEST LOUISVILLE GETTING A LITTLE TLC TODAY NEXT WEEK VOLUNTEERS

Two Louisville neighborhoods are cleaner thanks to Brightside and some subway board members

A few Louisville neighborhoods are being cleaned up this month, thanks to a partnership between Metro council members and Brightside, Inc. Council Speaker David James and Councilman Jecorey Arthur have teamed up with dozens of volunteers to clean up the Park Hill and California neighborhoods on Saturday. It’s really important in any community to be clean and so we just wanted to clean up and make sure our neighborhoods are clean, the streets are clean and our yards are clean, said David James, Chairman of the Metro Council. Next week, volunteers will clean up the area along Frankfort Avenue.

A few Louisville neighborhoods are being cleaned up this month, thanks to a partnership between Metro Board members and Brightside, Inc.

Council Speaker David James and Councilman Jecorey Arthur teamed up with dozens of volunteers to clean up the Park Hill and California neighborhoods on Saturday.

“It’s really important in any community to be clean and so we just wanted to clean up and make sure our neighborhoods are clean, the streets are clean and our yards are clean,” said David James, chairman of the Metro Council. .

Next week, volunteers will clean up the area along Frankfort Avenue.

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